Will #ReleaseTheMemo End the Trump-Russia Hoax Investigation?

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
January 21, 2017

It looks like this conspiracy to hoax a conspiracy against Donald Trump is finally starting to unravel.

There are a number of Republican Congressmen calling for the release of a classified memo which reportedly exposes the Trump-Russia investigation as the enormous hoax that it is. The memo contains information compiled from the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into the situation.

While we don’t know everything that’s in the memo, it is said to reveal criminal activity at the highest levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI. It apparently gets into how they used the discredited #Pissgate dossier from Fusion GPS as justification to ask the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for authorization to spy on Donald Trump’s campaign. This being the same #Pissgate dossier that was funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the Democrat party.

In other words, the memo reveals how these people used faked intelligence to request government surveillance of their political opponents. This surveillance is what led to Robert Mueller’s appointment as special counsel and this continued witch hunt. It is literally the biggest political scandal in America’s history.

Here’s some of what is being said by members of Congress.

We’ve been saying for the past year that this entire investigation into alleged Russia collusion was part of a conspiracy to hoax a conspiracy against Trump. The fact that we have all sorts of people in mainstream Republican circles saying the same thing now is hugely significant.

The memo can be declassified by a majority vote of the House Intelligence Committee and so long as there are no objections from the White House. It is likely to assume that we will see this memo declassified over the next few weeks.

We’ll see what happens, but this could be the start of this hoax blowing up in the faces of the criminals who planned it. We need to see mass firings, arrests and jail sentences for all those involved.